Tag: Malware

PC-Grade Malware Going Mobile

The discovery of the mobile Trojan SVPENG targeting Russian banks has signaled a significant advancement in the sophistication of mobile malware.

Old Techniques, New Channel – Mobile Malware Adapting PC Threat Techniques

With the rise of mobile usage and increased mobile banking functionality, cybercriminals are targeting the mobile channel with advanced malware, cross channel attacks across online and mobile and social engineering that have typically been seen on...

Cybercrime Threat Landscape: Cybercriminals Never Sleep

A Glimpse into the Cybercrime Underground In this session, IBM Security’s Etay Maor will dive into the latest tools, techniques and threats developed and utilized by cybercriminals. The presentation will include a market overview of the latest...

Meet the Zberp Trojan

Recently Trusteer researchers discovered a new Trojan that has been targeting more than 450 financial institutions around the world, mainly in the US, UK and Australia. The new Trojan which seems to be a variant of the well-known Zeus Trojan (aka...

Future of Endpoint Protection: 3 Must-Have Requirements

Today's rapidly evolving threat landscape requires advanced, intelligent endpoint protection to prevent APTs and zero-day attacks. Here are three must-have requirements that every organization needs in their endpoint security solution to protect...

Detection Is NOT the New Prevention

What does it take to stop today's extremely motivated and well-trained cyber attackers? Is prevention pretty much dead? Is rapid detection the new prevention? There has been a dangerous shift recently in the prevailing wisdom of the security...